I just had a biometric screening. My calcium was 10.3 and potassium was 6.1. The doctor said my calcium and potassium levels were a little over what they should be, and that my MCHC was off. I have tried to ask if I should be concerned, but they refuse to talk to me about it, until I make another payment at their office. Help.
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Do you have any symptoms like cough, weight loss or an underlying disease? Do you drink a lot of milk?
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Thank you doctor,
I cannot upload the files because they gave me a paper copy. So, I am sorry about that. I do not drink any milk at all. I was taking a calcium supplement, but I suppose I should stop that for now. Reading your reply makes me feel better. I am still curious about my MCHC. Out of the 32 to 36 range, I was 31.
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Overall, there is no need to worry and the reports are fine.
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